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Trio of NGC-Certified Coins Break $1 Million Each at FUN

Three rare coins certified by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) each broke $1 million at last week’s Heritage Auctions’ FUN Show sale. The elusive 1787 Brasher Doubloon, graded NGC MS 63, led the sale with a price realized of nearly $4.6 million. It is the finest certified example of the first gold coin struck in the United States.
Written by Max Spiegel at 00:00
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Lake County Coin Club celebrates 60 years

Lake County Coin Club is celebrating the 60th year of club's existence this year. The club is selling over-strike coins for the occasion.
Written by Julie Bell at 00:00

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Coins of the Bible

Numerous coins are mentioned throughout the Bible. These coins are key aspects of the lesson of the widow's mite, Jesus' “Render unto Caesar...” speech and the betrayal of Jesus by Judas. Biblical coins are excellent pieces to collect. They are tangible pieces of history from one of the world's most important books.
Written by Will Schrepferman at 00:00

Las Vegas Numismatic Society Hosts Annual Christmas Banquet

The Las Vegas Numismatic Society (LVNS) held its 56th annual Christmas Banquet Seminar, Officer Installation and silent youth benefit auction on Saturday evening, Dec. 14, 2013, in the Red Rock Room at Sam's Town Gambling Hall in Las Vegas, Nev.
Written by Walter Ostromecki at 00:00

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5 Fascinating Facts About U.S. Currency

Bills. Dough. Cheddar – whatever you like to call it, currency in the United States has been around since the late 1700s. We work for it. We spend it. Some people save it, while most of us wish to have more of it. But how much do you really know about that green piece of paper in your wallet? Here are some of the most interesting tidbits about American currency ...
Written by Gary Dyner at 00:00

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